Ms Anele Horn

Anele Horn
Anele HornResearch Analyst, Lecturer

Anele started her career at a GIS consultancy firm in Pretoria in 1993 and was involved in the development of a variety of GIS products for several government departments and private companies. After working at Paarl Municipality in the Planning department for two years, she joined the City of Cape Town’s Economic and Human Development Department in 1998 as a GIS specialist. She was involved in groundbreaking IT Projects where GIS functionality was combined with other applications in developing products such as an electronic film permitting system for the city (this also included projects such as “major investment development opportunities,” Web GIS, market and industrial site database). She has also been involved in training and education at various organisations with a particular focus on geography and the application of GIS in education.

  • Implications and consequences of strategies and mechanisms that shape urban form and functioning,
  • Urban growth management best practices and ways to improve growth management in South Africa.
  • M. TRP – (Town and Regional Planning) (Cum Laude) University of Pretoria, 2008
  • B. TRP – (Town and Regional Planning) University of Pretoria, 2003
Horn, A. 2011. Who’s out there? A profile of informal traders in four metropolitan areas in South Africa. Town and Regional Planning 59: 1–7.

Horn, A. 2010. Telling Stories – A History of Growth Management in Gauteng Province. European Spatial Research and Policy. 17 (2).

Horn, A. 2009. The life and death of urban growth management in Gauteng province. University of Pretoria. January 2009.

Horn A., Britz A. and Meyer E. 2006. The origin and evolution of the Gauteng urban edge. Town Planning Review. April 2006.